Nova Scotia Route 374
|Maintained by Nova Scotia Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal|
|Length||86 km (53 mi)|
|South end||Trunk 7 in Sheet Harbour|
|Hwy 104 (TCH) in Stellarton|
|North end||Route 289 in New Glasgow|
|Counties||Halifax Regional Municipality, Guysborough, Pictou|
Route 374 is a collector road in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia. It connects New Glasgow at Exit 24 of Nova Scotia Highway 104 with Sheet Harbour at Trunk 7. The highway runs through the Halifax Regional Municipality, Guysborough County & Pictou County.
The highway runs north-south through the Liscomb Game Sanctuary.
Route 374 begins in Downtown New Glasgow at the junction with Route 289, then runs south to Stellarton, where it passes under Hwy. 104, which is part of the Trans-Canada Highway network. Then, the route continues south through Hopewell and Lorne. Route 374 continues south through Trafalgar, Lochaber Mines and Malay Falls, to its southern terminus in with Trunk 7 in Sheet Harbour.
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